Coronavirus and the news industry: Everything you need to know

The coronavirus pandemic presents the greatest threat to the global news industry since the 2008 economic crash.

At the same time, our industry has never been more vital. With fake news proliferating on social media, access to quality news and information can be a matter of life and death.

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3 thoughts on “Coronavirus and the news industry: Everything you need to know”

  1. Social media has taken the responsibility of spreading fake news. People are heading towards to participate in unnecessary discussions these days. No one is interested to know what is happening exactly. It’s clearly shows the politics and failure of media responsibility.

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